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I'm now very good at IDing plants, but the red one looks like the ventaras Ive scene.
Um...It's all the SAME plant. Which is what's confusing me!!!! Every photo is of the one plant. The reddish pithcer is a new one, and they turn green when they age, until they just have a reddish brown tinge in some places caused by the pigmentation!
So far I've had an expert opinion of it being a N.Tentaculata, but I don't know if that's right, becaus ehe didn't see a photo, I've thought it could be N.Alata, but really not sure, and some, only some of it's pithcers look like N.Ventrata. Help, is there any key distinguishing features?
Oh, and also opinions of it being; N.Ventricosa, N.'Judith Finn' and N.Sanguiana...Oh dear...
ventrata or ventrata x alata. That is no tentaculata, sanguinea, or judith finn. I've grown them all (except tentaculata), but your plant doesn't look anything like any of those.
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THANKYOU! A definite answer. I will go research those two and check. Thankyou so much!
n x ventrata
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Mike: The one photo had both a Ventrata (on right) and Judith Finn (left).